Annular Solar Eclipse of June 10, 2021

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Map Selection Tool Instructions:

This map selection tool will allow you to quickly navigate to an eclipse information page for any city you choose! All you have to do is click on the location you’re interested in.

Navigating the page works like other Google maps you’re used to using, in that you can scroll and pan, display a satellite image instead of a map, type a city name in the search box, or simply zoom in and click on any location you like.

If you zoom out, you’ll notice a red path that’s been drawn around North America. These boundaries define the region we are providing eclipse information for, and that region should be complete enough to plan your eclipse viewing activities! (If not, then we recommend you head over to Xavier Jubier’s excellent Interactive Google Map of the 2023 annular eclipse!)

Within this valid selection region, we’ve included a drawing of the path of annularity to help you get your bearings for the eclipse.

There are locations within the valid selection region where no eclipse occurs at all. If this is true for the location you select, we’ll tell you!

If you zoom into the map, you’ll be able to click anywhere within the valid region and see a small popup balloon. This balloon will tell you the nearest town that has eclipse information in the database we’ve made. You can use that link to go directly to that city’s eclipse info page.